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Wes Genant prepares for life after SDSU

Wes Genant prepares for life after SDSU

Josiah Tinklenberg, Sports Reporter November 30, 2021

Wes Genant has been around the SDSU football team for quite some time. At 6 feet, 4 inches tall and 300 lbs, the Parkston, South Dakota, native has embraced the opportunity of playing for the Jackrabbits. Genant...

Selland returns from season-ending injury

Selland returns from season-ending injury

Skyler Jackson, Sports Editor (He/Him) November 30, 2021

For the first time in over nine months, Myah Selland made her long-awaited return to the court last week. The redshirt junior made her first appearance this season in the Gulf Coast Showcase Nov. 26...

To Oxford  and Beyond

To Oxford and Beyond

Symmone Gauer, Lifestyles Editor (She/Her) November 30, 2021

Just over a year ago, Hattie Seten received the news that she was a Rhodes Scholarship recipient, only the second student from South Dakota State University to ever receive this honor. For the then-SDSU...

Jacks face UC Davis in first round of FCS playoffs

Jacks face UC Davis in first round of FCS playoffs

Skyler Jackson, Sports Editor (He/Him) November 21, 2021

For the tenth consecutive season, the South Dakota State Jackrabbits are heading to the FCS playoffs. Announced Sunday at the NCAA Selection Show, they'll host UC Davis in the first round Saturday,...

Jacks beat UND in regular season finale

Jacks beat UND in regular season finale

Skyler Jackson, Sports Editor (He/Him) November 20, 2021

The South Dakota State Jackrabbits needed a win Saturday to secure a spot in the FCS playoffs for the tenth consecutive year. The lowest attendance in Dana J. Dykhouse Stadium this season (8,135) saw...

A striking season: Thielbar looks back on successful season

A striking season: Thielbar looks back on successful season

Skyler Jackson, Sports Editor (He/Him) November 16, 2021

At age 34, South Dakota State alum Caleb Thielbar just put together his best season yet. After not playing any major league ball for more than five years, the 6-foot southpaw made his long-awaited return...

SDSU receives $10 million donation

SDSU receives $10 million donation

Evan Patzwald and Jake Weber November 16, 2021

South Dakota State University received an anonymous $10 million donation toward First Bank & Trust Arena last week, advancing preparations to get the project approved by the Board of Regents. The...

Jackrabbits off to 2-1 start

Jackrabbits off to 2-1 start

Evan Patzwald, Assistant Sports Editor (He/Him) November 16, 2021

The South Dakota State men’s basketball team kicked off its season last week, picking up two wins in three games.  The Jacks’ first game was a dominant performance at home over Bradley, winning...

Shanell Peterson and her fiancé, Kishan Chavan, during Holi.

From SDSU graduate to New Zealand influencer

Jordan Rusche, Editor In-chief (She/Her) November 16, 2021

While Shanell Peterson always knew she was going to have a “cool” and “crazy” career after college, she had no idea that one day she would become one of New Zealand’s most popular social media...

Regents need to OK alcohol sales for college gameday

Brandon Frizzell, Opinion Reporter November 16, 2021

The Students’ Association will soon be considering a resolution to encourage the Board of Regents to change the policy on alcohol sales in athletic venues. Mirroring resolutions will be submitted to...

Jacks quarterback Chris Oladokun in action against North Dakota State Nov. 6. After losing a heartbreaker to USD, the Jacks hope to rebound in their final regular season game against North Dakota.

Jacks lose heartbreaker to USD

Skyler Jackson, Sports Editor (He/Him) November 14, 2021

For the first time in nearly two years, the South Dakota Showdown series returned to the DakotaDome Saturday, with the Jackrabbits losing a heartbreaker to South Dakota on a Hail Mary pass on the final...

Robots officially roll out

Robots officially roll out

Brina Sturm, Assistant Lifestyles Editor (She/They) November 9, 2021

Starship delivery services have officially been rolled out for South Dakota State University students, and they have been discovering all of the features (and lack thereof) that the robots have (or don’t). At...

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